Quentin Tarantino wasn't a household name in 1988, but he was an Elvis impersonator. That year, the soon-to-be auteur made a cameo appearance on an episode of The Golden Girls as one of several "Elvii" attending Sophia's wedding. You can catch a glimpse of him above (action starts at around 4:30), though you'll have to look carefully -- back row, dead center.
Here's how Tarantino described the appearance in a 1994 interview with Playboy:
Well, it was kind of a high point because it was one of the few times that I actually got hired for a job. I was one of 12 Elvis impersonators, really just a glorified extra. For some reason they had us sing Don Ho's Hawaiian Love Chant. All the other Elvis impersonators wore Vegas-style jumpsuits. But I wore my own clothes,because I was, like, the Sun Records Elvis. I was the hillbilly cat Elvis. I was the real Elvis; everyone else was Elvis after he sold out.
Having honed his chops alongside the greats Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Estelle Getty and of course, Betty White Tarantino has racked up over 30 acting credits on IMDb. Here are some of our favorite moments of Quentin in front of the camera.